This beautiful 1967 Aermacchi/Harley-Davidson Sprint SS-250 belongs to Dennis Wilson. He has owned it for 10 years and started his restoration 3 1/2 years ago. This bike runs as good as it looks, and is now Dennis’ commuter ride.
This fully restored 1974 Aermacchi Harley-Davidson TX-125 belongs to Andy Bramante, of Connecticut. He purchased this “parts-bike” in October, 1997, for $300, and later decided to restore it with leftover parts from a previous 1973 TX-125 restoration. This bike has all original parts, including decals from Moto Italia. It runs as good as it looks, […]
This Aermacchi 250cc Road Racer belongs to Conny, a customer from Sweden. He built the engine using a long-stroke bottom end, and then sourced the frame and other parts mostly in England. He plans to have it out this Spring.
This 1973 Aermacchi/Harley-Davidson SX 350 belongs to Ken Marter, a New Zealand customer. This picture was taken outside of The Chateau Tongoriro on Mt. Ruapehu. For a recap of the trip that this picture was taken on, look to the testimonial below (previously published) written by Ken Marter. MY FAR NORTH ADVENTURE RIDE THE weekend […]
This beautiful 1966 Aermacchi Harley-Davidson M-50 belongs to Doug Mason of New Jersey. Doug restored this bike at home, including the paint and rebuild. This is Doug’s second Aermacchi.
With the exception of a new seat, battery, stop and turn lenses, this 1975 SS 250 has all original equipment down to the rubber. It runs great with 1,380 original miles.
This bike is a cafe model that started as a 1966 250. It features a racing carb and oil cooler. There are many custom features besides; a twin leading shoe front brake, cafe front fender and seat, headlight mounts, alloy wheel rims, and no battery or tool boxes. The turn signals are required by law […]